Morning Cram
7:48 am
Mon June 10, 2013

The Morning Cram [man behind the curtain edition]

From NPR: The Utah Data Center, 26 miles south of Salt Lake City, will begin operations in September. Though the NSA director has said it won't hold data on U.S. citizens, privacy advocates worry about the agency's expanding capabilities.

Kentucky: Kentucky’s junior U.S. Senator Rand Paul has introduced legislation requiring a warrant before any government agency can search the phone records of Americans. The Hopkins County Board of Health has named Denise Beach as its new public health director. Murray State’s Presidential Search Committee plans to hire a search firm to find the university’s next president. A call is going out for individuals to assist those uninsured Kentuckians looking at the federal health care law for coverage. Governor Steve Beshear is expected to meet this week to try to work on a plan to resolve legislative redistricting. Kentucky's emergency management agency has a new assistant director of administration. Former Kentucky lawmaker Steve Nunn says in his first interview from prison that he's sorry for killing his former fiancee back in 2009. Kentucky horse-racing regulators are looking at creating an equine mortality review committee.   

Tennessee: The Tennessee Department of Children's Services said it will charge close to $35,000 to produce public records.